Are you passionate about improving adult skills?
The demands of the modern UK workplace and the current economic crisis mean that adult learning is increasingly crucial for people of all ages regardless of their level of skills and qualifications.
Did you know…..
* one in five adults lack functional English or maths;
* longer working lives and frequent career changes mean regular upskilling is a necessity;
* rapid developments in technology require us all to keep acquiring new knowledge;
* automation means reskilling and redeployment are the only options for many.
Northern College, the only adult residential college in Yorkshire, is in a unique position to be able to offer the essential skills adults need and employers want. Our campus is open 24/7 so we can offer flexible and accessible modes of delivery – evenings, weekends, blended and residential – to meet the needs of the local, regional and national economy.
Our mission is to inspire positive change through adult education, and working closely with our community, voluntary and employer partners we will provide outstanding teaching and learning on our campus based in the grade 1 listed Wentworth Castle and surrounded by 500 acres of National Trust gardens and parkland.
We have a number of exciting new roles that will be at the heart of delivering our aims. If you are passionate about enabling adults to achieve the skills they need to reach their potential and you meet the requirements below then we look forward to receiving your application.
Lead Tutors – Access & Pre- Access/ Society & Environment/ Digital & Foundation
Salary: £32,690 – £35,705 per annum
Full time: 36 Hours per week, 52 weeks per year
Location: Wentworth Castle, Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Access & Pre-Access
(subject focus includes Social Studies & Humanities, Policing & Social Action at Level 2 and level 3)
Society & Environment
(subject focus includes Health, Care and Social Studies professions from unaccredited to level 3)
Digital & Foundation
(subject focus includes Digital from unaccredited to Access to HE, return to learn and employability programmes)
* Leading the design and implementation of the curriculum plan within an agreed area of the curriculum to ensure it meets student and funder needs.
* Co-ordination of teaching, learning and assessment within an agreed area of the curriculum.
* Co-ordination of in-house quality assurance procedures to ensure that all provision meets the requirements of funding organisations.
* Co-ordination and participation in the design and development of teaching and learning materials including for blended and online delivery.
* Ensuring the successful completion, achievement and progression of all students in the curriculum area.
* Organise, plan, deliver and assess teaching, learning and assessment at a variety of levels and ensure the completion of timely documentation relating to this.
To be successful in this role, you will have or be able to:
* Proven experience in teaching delivery in relevant subject areas:
o For Access and Pre-Access – Social or Health related to Level 3
o For Society and Environment – Social or Health related to Level 2
o For Digital and Foundation – Digital to Level 3
* Proven ability to co-ordinate team activities and the ability to inspire and motivate students to achieve their goals.
* A level 4 vocational qualification or a degree in the relevant subject area, along with a level 5 teaching qualification.
* Assessor/IV Award or willing to achieve, along with English and Maths at Level 2 or above.
What we can offer you:
* Access to the USS pension scheme with generous employer contributions
* Up to 38 days annual leave entitlement (including bank holidays) plus college closure between Christmas and New Year
* Free access to 500 acres of surrounding National Trust gardens and parkland
* Staff health & wellbeing and benefits schemes including access to Occupational Health services
* Career development and progression opportunities and access to support for professional development
* Flexible working opportunities
* Free on-site parking
* Opportunities to take paid time off to participate in volunteering in community and charity fundraising events.
How to apply
To find out more information about the college, view the job description and person specification and to download an application form please Click on the apply button and you will be redirected to the College website.
The college will be holding an open day for candidates on 10 October 2020 with appointments to come and take a tour of the college and our fantastic site. If you would like to arrange a tour please email the HR team.
Application forms must be submitted by: 21 October 2020
Interview dates: 4, 6 & 10 November 2020
Northern College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all learners and expects all staff to share this commitment. We strive to be an equal opportunities employer and actively welcome applications from all sections of the community. Northern College promotes the welfare of all students and is fully committed to safeguarding and to fulfilling its obligations under the Prevent duty. The college expects all staff to share these commitments. Please note that all applicants will be subject to a DBS check.
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